Au Pair

More than likely, you were given a waiver is not the fault of the family, and based on the subjective opinion of a man who took you the documents. Now, if still decide to cast it again in this country (I’m not really advise you do), you need to more thoroughly prepare documents for filing, to consider a more compelling motivation to participate in the program. Denial in no way no effect on the Au Pair visa for other countries. A reference is made in one day (if it is correct to calculate the time) + Day for legalization by the embassy. Age requirement for Belgium – up to 26 years (inclusive), so if you are over 25, and turned long, Norway and Denmark for you the most suitable options. alenka25 I turned 25 in August, that is, by age in Belgium went up.

In your practice there were failures in Belgium and Norway? Which country is still better visa for you? aupair couple of their thoughts about the refusal … All failures in France nor no way based on logic. That is why it is impossible to predict, prepare for them is also not possible. One can deny from the fact that good knowledge of French (Like, why are you going to France). Another due to the fact that bad you know (what do you do it without the language).

According to my observations, it is the only embassy, in which no failures are baseless, never explained. And how can explain the failure, which really has no reason? Now, about other countries … Neither Belgium nor in Norway almost no failures, this is the most predictable in terms of visas to the country. The decision on granting a visa is given relevant services and ministries in the country (in France, it makes the visa officer who has to communicate with you when you visit the embassy). In my experience, failures of Norway, and Belgium was not, of those I have not heard (of course, if the person meets the conditions of the program). Belgium, by the way, the only country to date, where the Au Pair visa can not even go to the embassy, but simply to transmit the paper by courier to the visa center. AND under the terms of the program … I do not know what your motive was to travel to France. Perhaps you have friends there, friends … BUT! If we compare the conditions of the program in France, for example, and Belgium, then France, they think 2 times worse than the Belgian. Why opt for a country where the very real problems of visa (France), if there is a country with the same French (Belgium), and where, for example, pocket money, almost 2 times higher than for the same storage work. And this is only one of the very significant differences.

One Language

Learn a foreign language is not easy. Especially if your goal – good, fluency and live speech. Daily independent study, video viewing and reading books in the language – a prerequisite of progress in this matter. What If you want to learn not one but two new languages simultaneously? If you work in a Chinese company, where your boss and other team members – the Chinese and you're the only one who does not speak a common language, it can to instill in you a strong belief in the need as soon as possible to learn a language. But do you go on vacation to London, where you need English.

How to do the same in this situation? Is it possible to learn two languages simultaneously? The answer to this question is: is possible but not recommended. If you are in both languages at the beginner, to learn both at once can be a challenge that will stretch on for years before you begin to speak decently in their own languages. After Even children growing up in bilingual families learn language skills later than their peers, because of the need to explore just two speakers. In this process of learning the grammatical system of two languages, as well as vocabulary will be all the time weaving in your mind, confusing you and slowing down the learning process. The same will happen with the pronunciation. Imagine that you need to work out the pronunciation of both English and Mandarin, who do not have anything to do with each other or with your mother tongue.

This double burden on your brain, which may never justify itself. In that case, if you are already sufficiently familiar with both languages, and you only need to continue to deepen their skills, things are much simpler. In this situation, you can learn both languages, and one of them absolutely will not harm the study of the second. You can deal with them alternately, for example, through the day. Today you are reading a book in English, and the next day listening to the audio in Chinese, and vice versa. Such a study would benefit in the form of good speaking skills in both languages, as well as develop your memory. At least until until you decide to learn a third language! And now – an interesting resource about the development of foreign languages: – Want to know more about William the Conqueror and the Norman conquest of England? Come here – interesting cognitive video! Language Video – English. Sincerely, S. Vasilenko e-mail for communication: serg753 (dog) 'Universal methods improved foreign languages! '- Master the language itself and effectively